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The Jaguars keep finding innovative new ways to lose

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The Jacksonville Jaguars are primed for the most exciting season in franchise history. Man, does it feel good to say that!


We’ll always have the kick-six.

The Jaguars keep finding new ways to lose and, frankly, you can’t be unimpressed at this point. They’re running trick plays and setting NFL records all to the tune of averaging

Play #1: Whirly Bird

You can watch the full play here but... is that Andrew Norwell doing the Hokey Pokey? It was reported that this was actually on purpose (something called the Whirly Bird???) and why this coaching staff thought a left guard doing an impression of a merry-go-round would fool JJ Watt is beyond me.

Play #2: Direct Contact

The ref threw his flag and hit the punt, causing the returner to fumble. We didn’t recover I cannot make this stuff up. Watch it here.

Play #3: Kick Six

Matt Prater attempted a kick that would have been an NFL record on the same day that Justin Tucker actually set an NFL record. But it fell short and Jamal Agnew tied an NFL record going 109 yards on a missed field goal.

What A Day

Go Jaguars. Always and forever.